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11 April 2014

Student Reactions to the 2014 Leadership Symposium

If you missed the Principled Leadership Symposium this year, you can view some of the student reactions in this video:

7 February 2014

Dr. Fekula Recognized for Excellence in Service and Teaching

The Krause Center's Director of Academic Leadership Programs recieved a Faculty Spotlight this year for his role in developing Sophmore Seminar, Junior Ethics Enrichment Experience, and the Senior Leadership Integration Seminar, and for leading the development of the Master of Arts in Social Science with a Focus on Leadership program. Congratulations, Dr. Fekula. Read the entire article HERE.


 

16 October 13

 

 

Reflections on Teamwork, Resiliency, and Leadership:

A Public Discussion with a Recipient of the Medal of Honor

 

A recipient of the Medal of Honor, Sergeant First Class Leroy Petry, will discuss his experiences and reflect on the meaning of principled leadership in a public forum at The Citadel's McAlister Field House at 7:00 pm on October 22. All members of the community are invited to attend.

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10 October 13

The Citadel accepts national award in D.C. for work in Charleston community

A national award for leading the charge to enrich the lives of others will soon adorn the hallways of one of the country's most historic colleges. The president of The Citadel led a group from the college's Krause Center for Leadership and Ethics to an awards luncheon Monday in Washington, D.C., to accept The Washington Center 2013 Higher Education Civic Engagement Award. The award is sponsored by the New York Life Foundation.

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Pictured from left to right: Clay Middleton, '03, Bill Sickles, '63, Joe Trez, '69, John Rosa, '73,
Conway Saylor, Ed Gould, '63, Pete Trainer, '82, Bobbi Hartzog, Bill Hartzog, '63, Bill Cooper, '82

 

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31 August 2013

Citadel leads the way in civic engagement and service learning

On the heels of being named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll this spring, the military college has once again received national recognition for civic engagement and service learning. The Citadel was one of five colleges and universities across the country to receive the Washington Center 2013 Higher Education Civic Engagement Award, sponsored by the New York Life Foundation. READ MORE.

Watch a video of three students who participated in The Citadel's summer service program, talking about thier experiences.

 

 

 


17 July 2013

Save the Date

Don't forget to mark your calendars for the 2014 Leadership Symposium.

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10 July 2013

Goodbye to our VISTAs

Today we said goodbye to our AmeriCorps VISTAs, Seth Madison and Umeko Favor. They were with us for a year through the AmeriCorps VISTA program. By the end of their contract, they helped 1,163 individuals at The Citadel serve 13,047 hours of service throughout the Charleston community.

Seth will be serving in Africa through the Peace Corps, and Umeko will be attending graduate school in Atlanta. We wish them the best of luck, and we are so thankful for all of their contributions to The Krause Center and service learning at The Citadel.

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18 June 2013

Summer SUCCEED as Leaders Fellows Serve the Charleston Area

Although the corps is on Summer Furlough, the Krause Center is still filled with activity. In addition to planning service and leadership opportunities for the upcoming school year, the Krause summer succeed group photoCenter is also hosting the SUCCEED as Leaders (Summer Undergraduate Community-based Civic Engagement Experience for Development as Leaders) summer service learning intensive program.

This summer, as part of strategic objective 1.4 to promote college-wide participation in service learning and civic engagement, six SUCCEED as Leaders Fellows (Ashley Entziminger, Nick Fish, Scott Benton, Robert Daniell, Jessica Loya, and Liz Waggoner) will serve 200 hours at eight approved community partner sites including Charleston Development Academy, Charleston County School District, Little Bulldogs Camp at Burke Middle and High School, Gadsden Green at the Charleston Housing Authority, Healing Farms, HealthyPlay! Wiffle Ball, Camp Rise Above, and the Salvation Army.

In addition to serving children and individuals with disabilities, SUCCEED Fellows will also help with scholarly research and data collection, develop traning materials on social issues, journal about their experiences, and present in a public forum in the upcoming school year.

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13 June 2013

Krause Center Director Speaks At The Atlanta Citadel Club

This evening, the Atlanta Citadel club, along with nearly 30 current cadets, welcomed incoming cadets and discussed leadership programs at The Citadel.

Of the 40 incoming cadets from the Atlanta area, 15 upcoming cadets and their parents attended the dinner.

In addition to welcoming the upcoming cadets, Joeseph Trez, Director of the Krause Center, along with Leo Mercado, Commandant of Cadets, and Mike Rogers, Director of Alumni Affairs, briefed the Atlanta Citadel Club on leadership initiatives at The Citadel.

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L-R: Luke Cathy, Tyler Smith, Mike Rogers, Collin Hicks, Michael Escoe, Leo Mercado, Joeseph Trez

 

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3 June 2013

Welcome Dr. Goodrich

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The Krause Center is excited to welcome its newest team member: Grant Goodrich. Although Dr. Goodrich has just begun as an Adjunct Faculty member at The Krause Center, he is no stranger to the Krause Center. Last year, the Citadel Ethics Bowl Team recruited Dr. Goodrich to drive them to the Southeast Regional Ethics Bowl contest in Florida in November. They placed in the top five out of 20 and consequently received a bid to compete at nationals in Texas. Once they came back to campus, Dr. Goodrich began coaching the Ethics Bowl team.

His commitment to ethics, The Citadel, and leadership, coupled with his Ph.D. and M.A. in History and Philosophy of Science from Indiana University make him a great addition to the Krause Center.

His extended biography can be read here.

Welcome to the Krause Center, Dr. Goodrich! We look forward to your insight and guidance as we develop our leadership programs.

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10 March 2013

The Citadel's Principled Leadership Symposium: LTG Michael Ferriter

 

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